Brazil leave out Alex Sandro

Juventus full-back Alex Sandro has been left out of the Brazil squad for this summer’s World Cup.

The Selecao named their 23-man squad this evening, and there is plenty of Serie A representation.

Roma goalkeeper Alisson, Inter centre-back and Juventus winger Douglas Costa have all been included in Tite’s squad.

However, Douglas Costa’s Bianconeri teammate Alex Sandro won’t be travelling to Russia, unless he’s called-up to replace an injured player before the tournament starts.

The world’s most expensive player Neymar has also been included, despite missing the end of Paris Saint-Germain’s season with a broken metatarsal.

Brazil squad for World Cup 2018:

Goalkeepers: Alisson [Roma], Ederson [Manchester City], Cassio [Corinthians]

Defenders: Fagner [Corinthians], Danilo [Man. City], Marcelo [Real Madrid], Filipe Luis [Atletico Madrid], Miranda [Inter], Thiago Silva [Psg], Marquinhos [Psg], Geromel [Gremio]

Midfielders: Casemiro [Real Madrid], Paulinho [Barcellona], Coutinho [Barcellona], Fernandinho [City], Willian [Chelsea], Renato Augusto [Beijing Guoan], Fred [Shakhtar Donetsk]

Forwards: Douglas Costa [Juventus], Neymar [Psg], Gabriel Jesus [Man. City], Firmino [Liverpool], Taison [Shakhtar Donetsk]

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